On paper, what you propose makes sense. Posts 191 Re: cdi box Normally no return on electrical, but agreed, if they messed up, they should make good, but it's hard to to prove looking at it from their end , did you order online or over the phone and do you have a printout of your order? Theory is one thing, practice is another. . I have a 1987 tw200 and they sent me one for a 1998. When you get a manager on the phone, explain to them very politely that you belong to a world wide motorcycle forum with over 4000 members and we're all very interested in the outcome of this issue. In the '87 the high voltage coil red wire to brown wire is in series with the timing coil brown wire to gnd In the '88 and later, the high voltage coil red to gnd is isolated from the timing coil brown to yellow.
Here is a schematic that might be helpful. Just an observation for future readers' benefit. As I mentioned, it changed again for 2001. Note: We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. If you ordered a '87 and they sent a '98 I can see they would have a problem.
Being embedded in epoxy actually doing as I suggest is just not worth the trouble, if not next to impossible. Yamaha tw200 workshop service repair manual are available via our partner sites, information can be found once you fill enrollment form. You may get blown off, but I think it's worth a try. I'd put it at a 75% chance of working. You can also find customer support email or phone in the next page and ask more details about availability of this book.
I guess when I ordered a manual for an '87, my parts guy simplified things for me and left out the '88 supplement. Yes, it all changes again from the 2000 to 2001 onward models. If they sent you the wrong part they should take it back. Without the supplement, I had no indication of the '88 changes. Lots of members deal with them. So, to have it all in one place, I'm posting the ignition system schematic for the 2001 to??? One possibility might be to rewire your stator so that it matches the '88 and later stator as far as the ignition side is concerned. Well, I managed to remove the fly lead, and the little terminal from the varnish without I thought damaging anything else.
The bottom line is that if anyone can work with a coil with that gauge of wire on it, I have a broken stator coil they can have for free shipping extra. If you ordered a '87 and they sent a '98 I can see they would have a problem. I thought that the ignition hadn't changed since '88 but upon consulting my manuals, I was wrong. I was hoping that the coil winding had failed at the terminal where I could get to it and reconnect it. Secondly, the varnish used is very hard after 23 years.
If your only tool is a hammer everything looks like a nail. Joint with more than 80. However, once removed, I was unable to even find the loose end of the coil wire - it was that fine. Easy to cancel your membership. . Lots of members deal with them.
Now you have a place to attach your yellow wire and the ignition portion of '87 stator now looks like that of the '88 and later stator. However, there's a hitch to it when it comes to implementing it. Descriptions: Yamaha tw200 workshop service repair manual. From looking at the two schematics, it's the only thing that might make sense to me. First of all, the high voltage stator winding red wire is extremely fine wire hairlike. I'll add a note to the front cover of my manual for the next guy.
If so, then I think you have your answer. Yamaha tw200 workshop service repair manual is available for downloading and read. On the newer schematic only the red wire is connected to a grounded coil. However, this lead is not grounded on the schematic. I purchaced one from bike bandit but they sent me the wrong one and they said I could not return it. . Look no further as we have a selection of websites to get eBooks for all those ebook.